February 15, 2021 FridayMusings is your source for what we love about Livonia
Madonna to Host Virtual and
In-Person Graduate School
Open House

Thinking about a graduate degree or know someone who is? Attend Madonna University’s no-obligation Graduate School Open House Tuesday, Feb. 16, either in-person (wearing masks and socially-distanced), or virtually via Zoom. The virtual Open House runs from 5-6 p.m. The in-person Open House takes place from 6- 7 p.m. in Room 2403 of the University’s Main Administration Building at the Northwest corner of Levan and Schoolcraft Rds. RSVP for the session you prefer at this link https://www.madonna.edu/admissions/graduate/events/ 

The Zoom link will be emailed to those who RSVP for the virtual Open House.

The Open House provides an opportunity to learn about available programs and to meet with professors. The application fee will be waived for those who apply during the Open House. For more information, contact Graduate Admissions at 734-432-5763. 
Livonia Arts Scholarship 2021

Livonia resident college students and 2021 graduates are eligible for a Livonia Arts Commission scholarship valued at $2,000. The scholarships are available for Livonia residents that will be attending college in 2021 and majoring in categories pertaining to the arts.

Deadline postmark is Friday, March 21.

Contact 734-466-2540 for more information or go online at Livoniaarts.org
Livonia Youth Commission
/Spree Memorial Scholarship

Up to six $2,000 scholarships may be awarded during the Spree 71 celebration in June. Eligibility requirements include:
be a Livonia resident and a member of the 2021 graduating class who attends a Livonia or Clarenceville public school or a Livonia resident attending a private school.

Deadline for postmark of application is Friday, April 23. Scholarship applications are available on the city of Livonia website under Youth Commission or you may call 734-466-2415 for a copy.
Fernon Feenstra
Scholarship Program 

The Fernon Feenstra Scholarship Program, funded by the Livonia Kiwanis, provides several $1,000 scholarships each year to high school students in demonstrating a desire to better themselves through education and a passion to help others through community service.

The deadline to submit the application is June 1st at:

Fernon Feenstra was one of the Founding Members of the Livonia Kiwanis Club in 1981. Described by Livonia's Mayor as "Mr. Sunshine", Fernon's positive attitude and philanthropic outlook will always be remembered. It is our honor to name this scholarship program after him and our hope that the award recipients will also enrich the lives of others in their communities for decades to come.
Community Choice
Foundation Scholarships

is offering 15 $5,000 scholarships. For more information:
Lions information
The Livonia
Lions Club

is excited to announce its new scholarship program! Seniors in Livonia/Clarenceville and Redford high schools are invited to apply for a $1,000 scholarship. More information and the forms can be found on their website: http://www.livonialionsclub.org/
Community Financial

In keeping with the time to apply for scholarships FridayMusings is passing along another opportunity for students and families. This one from Community Financial with a deadline of March 15. Twenty $1,500 scholarships to be awarded. cfcu.org/scholarships